The late, great Bernard Herrmann was inexorably linked to Alfred Hitchcock. Herrmann scored nearly all of Hitchcock’s classic films, from Psycho to Vertigo to North By Northwest. His music for 1964’s Marnie may not be quite as well-known as those other soundtracks, but it’s still a fine example of all the things that made Herrmann great. Seasick strings, spiralling cells of melody and nervous harmony all play a big part in the Marnie score. Now remastered from the original tapes, this Stylotone edition includes an outtakes-heavy CD and a bonus 7” of Nat King Cole singing Marnie’s title piece.
Staff note from Phil:
This looks so tasty I almost threw my lunch away. Thankfully I didn't, as this isn't released 'til April 26th. 2LP cut at 45rpm on scarlet vinyl,with CD, poster and download. Phwoar.
Vinyl Double LP £39.99 STDX8696SR
180g scarlet coloured vinyl 2LP (cut at 45rpm) + CD + 7" on Stylotone. Repressed version with correct LP artwork.
- Coloured vinyl
- Includes download code
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